A two-part lecture travelogue film on the state of Arizona. The film would have been originally presented with live narration by the filmmaker, Robert Davis.
Footage depicts rambunctious rodeo life typical in the American West. These shots are compared to the tranquility of nature; specifically the desert, where it is quite desolate. The Hoover Dam is also pictured.
The footage opens with a shot of a sunny desert, somewhere in the American West. Then, a still, blue swimming pool, a woman sits leisurely on the diving board. People are seen walking and gathered around. This is preceded by images of a rodeo, cowboys on horseback attempting to lasso a cow in front of an audience. The next shot depicts a man taking a better look at the Hoover Dam in Nevada with binoculars. This is followed by a sequence of scenic shots that capture a mountain ranges and rock formations. As well as the various cacti and trees that inhabit the arid environment. The last shot is a of a bustling crowd at a rodeo.